Through formal education, training, and experience, our paralegals have extensive knowledge and expertise in the legal system, including both substantive and procedural law, which qualify them to perform work of a legal nature under the supervision of the attorney. Their job responsibilities outstretch across a broad field of individual practice areas.

At Linguistic Areté, our paralegals perform meaningful procedural legal work as authorized under NALA’s Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, and adhere strictly to the accepted standards of legal ethics, and to the general principles of proper conduct.

Our company’s paralegals work for outside attorneys and are responsible for many areas of the law. We can assist your firm in many areas to help facilitate office operations and case management:


Areas of Law

  • Civil Litigation
  • Contract
  • Corporate
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Immigration
  • Medical Marijuana
  • Probate/Estate
  • Real Estate
  • Trademark (USPTO applications, ROAs)



  • Abstracts
  • Case Management
  • Contract Management
  • Correspondence
  • Data Entry
  • Deposition Summaries
  • Discovery
  • Docket management
  • Legal Document Preparation
  • Legal Research
  • Marketing
  • Medical Records Requests
  • Medical Records Summaries
  • Trial Preparation

Remember, we perform the same functions as the attorney, except those generally prohibited by the unauthorized practice of law statutes- for example, accepting clients, setting legal fees, giving legal advice, or representing others in court.

Because the law is complex and often ambiguous, our paralegals must be able to think analytically and logically. Our paralegals can recognize and evaluate relevant facts and legal concepts. Our paralegals also have the interpersonal skills to organize, analyze, communicate, and resolve conflicts.